If you are writing for unknown PCs, use tools at your disposal to provide strong hooks to characters

#dnd tip for adventure design: if you are writing for unknown PCs, use tools at your disposal to provide strong hooks to characters. Factions provide motivation. Backgrounds like folk hero provide fodder for connection to plot. Races/classes can establish interest. (1/2) — Shawn Merwin (or a poor clone) (@shawnmerwin) March 6, 2019 Even something like […]

“Enthusiastic approval, Lord Wolf. To the point of wondering aloud if I may have a, er, hand in her training.”

1)“Well, Palonder?”“Enthusiastic approval, Lord Wolf. To the point of wondering aloud if I may have a, er, hand in her training.”“Just a hand, Palonder? Such self-discipline. Commendable. I’m inclined to say yes. …#epic fantasy — Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) February 9, 2019 3)2) … After all, I’m training you to replace me, and self-discipline is my […]